December 14, 2018 Taos, New Mexico

The Harwood Museum of Art

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Artist Talk with Ethan Jackson
Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 5:30pm

Artist Talk with Ethan Jackson

Arthur Bell Auditorium


 Ethan Jackson is a visual artist and designer working with light, optics, and images. He was a Wurlitzer resident in 2010 and currently lives north of Taos. His projects include immersive optical installations in architecture, still and moving imagery about place and perception, interactive & generative digital works, photography, and video. During this artist talk Jackson will project visuals of his work in the Arthur Bell Auditorium. Learn more about Jackson here: www.ethanjacksonprojects.net
Established in 1954, The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico is the oldest artist residency program west of the Mississippi. For over sixty years, the program has brought hundreds of visual artists, writers and composers to Taos.Through grants to painters, poets, sculptors, writers, playwrights, screenwriters, composers, photographers and filmmakers, of national and international origin, many resident artists fell in love with Taos and remained in the area after their residency had ended. Since the 1950’s with the first grantee, Agnes Martin, the number of artists who have been introduced to Taos by The Wurlitzer has grown, with contributions by Takayama, Stroh, and Dasburg to name just a few.


Admission is $10/general admission and free to Museum members.